Hot girl semester comes to UMBC

This fall, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County is hosting two big names in hip hop thanks to the university’s Student Events Board (SEB). DaBaby and Megan Thee…

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The continuing struggle for accessibility

One recent initiative the Office of Accessibility and Disability Services has implemented is replacing doorknobs in the Math/Psych building with handles, which are easier to grip. Photo by Kaylee Reyes.

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The continuing struggle for accessibility

In the last five years, the number of undergraduates with registered disabilities at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County has doubled; it went from under 3 percent to…

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OCA Mocha opens its doors to students and local community

OCA Mocha serves local Chesapeake Bay Roasting Co. coffee. Photo by Brent Bemiller.

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OCA Mocha opens its doors to students and local community

After a series of delays, the student-led cafe OCA Mocha opened its doors at 6 a.m. on the morning of Nov. 4. In the days leading up to…

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Transgender students lack protections against misgendering

Sophomore Mason Blacker wears two pins that state their pronouns, but that doesn’t stop professors from misgendering them. Photo by Brent Bemiller.

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Transgender students lack protections against misgendering

Last Wednesday was the second ever International Pronouns Day, a day created in 2018 that “seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns commonplace,” according to…

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UMBC prepares students for life in a globalized world through ‘internationalization’

The flags on display in The Commons are said to represent countries in which UMBC students were born. Photo by Elizabeth Baummer.

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UMBC prepares students for life in a globalized world through ‘internationalization’

The community at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County is known for being international. Students hail from about 100 countries in any given academic year, according to Associate…

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UMBC’s UNICEF club reaches out to students

Cold weather and high winds didn’t prevent UNICEF Club’s most recent bake sale in the Breezeway. Freezing, they set up their table and organized their merchandise: succulents, socks…

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